Talk:Paramara dynasty

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Sources[edit]

I've just done a quick Google search and there seem to be lots of potentially decent sources for this article, even if we limit ourselves to those from, say, the last 40 years or so. What I couldn't spot was a source that dealt solely with the subject - does anyone know of such a thing? - Sitush (talk) 23:40, 6 May 2014 (UTC)

I can help you about the History sources which will enhance the information about King Bhoja . Ask frankly . I can share with you . HistoricalQuest (talk) 10:28, 7 March 2018 (UTC)

Bhoja, Dhara, and Paramaras[edit]

As you can see in the table below, or from the key references, the Paramaras have had two century of history before the famous Bhoja of Dhara. Malaiya (talk) 23:03, 9 May 2014 (UTC)

Paramaras, Rashtrakutas and Harsora copperplate[edit]

Both Harsora copperplates acknowledge that Vapparaja was not just a feudatory of (Rashtrakuta) Akalavarsha but also "tasmin kule jatah" born in his clan. Each of the copperplates was inscribed by two different persons, from beginning to end.

A visual inspection of the two plates clearly demonstrates that theory that copperplates were partially carved at Manykheta, looted and later reused by Siyaka is untenable. The theory that the carvers left out some text by mistake is also untenable. The conclusion ought to be that Vapparaja was indeed from the family of Akalavarsha, and thus used the same titles as the Rashtrakutas. Malaiya (talk) 00:07, 30 March 2017 (UTC)